The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has published three video animations to explain how it ensures that medicines are effective and safe for citizens across the European Economic Area (EEA).
This short video by the World Health Organisation explains the importance of integrated care to maintain older people's physical and cognitive fonctions.
This video, released by the European Joint Action CHRODIS,features how chronic diseases are everyone's business and how this European Joint Action addresses their burden in Europe. Nearly 1 in 4 Europeans suffer from a longstanding problem which restricts their daily activities. There are answers all across Europe that can reduce the burden of chronic diseases, by better using the existing knowledge and good practices on effective, efficient and holistic ways to manage chronic diseases.
This 15-minute film presents the projects 'Developing age-friendly cities' of the Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing. The project is based on the involvement of older people as co-researchers in order to develop a better understanding of what older people think is important to make their cities age-friendly and so have a clearer and deeper knowledge of how an age-friendly city community can be developed.
To help raise awareness of digital accessibility and how to contribute, Citizens Online - a UK national charity promoting digital inclusion - collaborated with the Digital Accessibility Centre, DIG Inclusion, and members of their Fix the Web project's steering group to create a short animated video about digital accessibility. The film contains 15 tips to help people creating websites, apps, software and documents improve the accessibility of their technology:
This video, produced by UX Mastery in partnership with Accessibility Bytes to mark the International Accessibility Day on 21st May 2015, uses drawings to provide an introduction to accessibility for creators of digital experiences:
The film tells the story of Charles, who ends his - so far fulfulling - life in a care home, where he is ignored, dressed in someone else's clothes and the staff don't even know his name. Enhanced human rights can help challenge degrading or abusive treatment and provide a framework for dignified ageing.
Two short videos in EN, FR and DE have been created as part of the EU-funded project Hello Brain, in which AGE is a partner: How does my brain work? and How do I keep it healthy?
This short film encapsulates the achievements of the European Year 2012 for active ageing and solidarity between generations, which mobilised thousands of people all across the European Union: